Monthly archives: December, 2019

It’s Here

The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering opened its doors and hosted a dedication ceremony in September to celebrate the $44 million Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center.

Freshman crowned world PowerPoint Champion

Freshman Seth Maddox captured the 2019 Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint World Championship in New York in July.

Recruiting Advantage

“This building just makes you want to come back for more.”

Civil Engineering Advisory Board names two emeritus members

A pair of civil engineering alumni — Jeff Stone and Dale York — were recently honored with emeritus member status on the Civil Engineering Advisory Board.

Elevating Advising

“The biggest change, though, is access and visibility.”

Transcendent Tutoring

Before students begin to file into the Engineering Tutoring Center on a recent fall day, Kathy Friedenreich does a quick scan of the room.

Winners from 2019 Graduate Engineering Research Showcase

In November, Auburn Engineering graduate students from across the college highlighted their research endeavors at the 2019 Graduate Engineering Research Showcase.

Biosystems engineering professor receives $3 million NASA grant

Yi Wang, assistant professor in biosystems engineering, is a co-PI on a new $3 million NASA-MIRO grant.

Early Excellence

Get Cordelia Brown talking about how her office’s new location has impacted its mission, and you’ll hear one word over and over: Transform.

Opening New Doors

While many departments had outgrown their previous space before moving into the Brown-Kopel Engineering Student Achievement Center, the Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations is still growing into its space.